Amy G Breiger PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with adults on a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, and adjustment to stressful situations and life transitions. Cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, and interpersonal approaches are most often used, but treatment is tailored to the individual. Dr. Breiger enjoys working collaboratively with people to achieve their goals, work toward change, and feel more satisfied with their life.

PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Houston (1992)
MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Houston (1988)
BA, Psychology, Brandeis University (1982)

Professional Training
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology, University of Washington
Child Development and Mental Retardation Center - CDMRC (1992-1994)
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Intern, Veterans Administration Houston (1988-1989)

Professional Work Experience
Private Practice, Woodinville, WA (1996-2013)
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington,
Parenting Clinic, Child Development Teams, CDMRC (1994-1996)

Washington State Psychology License # 1742

Premera/Lifewise, Regence, First Choice